Global Patent Index - EP 1106894 A1

EP 1106894 A1 20010613 - Flow passage structure for flange members with press-fitted shaft

Title (en)

Flow passage structure for flange members with press-fitted shaft

Title (de)

Durchflusskanalstruktur für Flansche mit eingepresster Welle

Title (fr)

Structure de passages de fluide pour brides avec arbre emmanché

Publication

EP 1106894 A1 20010613 (EN)

Application

EP 00125356 A 20001130

Priority

JP 34965699 A 19991209

Abstract (en)

In a stator shaft in which a shaft member (41) is press-fitted into a press-fit bore (141) of a flange member (42), first flow passages (102) are formed in the shaft member (41), and blind bores (105) extending linearly at right angles to a shaft axis from outer circumferential surfaces (43b, 43c) of the flange member (42) and through the press-fit bore (141), and communication bores (103) extending linearly from a side surface of the flange member (42) and communicating with free end portions of the blind bores are further formed. Oil passages formed of the parts of the blind bores which extend from the press-fit bore (141) to the free end portions thereof, and communication bores constitute second flow passages, and the shaft member (41) is press-fitted into the press-fit bore with the shaft member positioned so that the portions of the second flow passages which are opened in the press-fit bore (141), and first flow passages communicate with each other in a mutually opposed state, whereby the first and second flow passages are communicated with each other. <IMAGE>

IPC 1-7

F16L 23/032; F16H 41/30

IPC 8 full level

B23B 35/00 (2006.01); F16H 41/24 (2006.01); F16H 41/30 (2006.01); F16H 57/02 (2012.01); F16H 57/04 (2010.01); F16L 23/032 (2006.01)

CPC (source: EP)

F16H 41/30 (2013.01); F16L 23/032 (2013.01); F16H 2061/0046 (2013.01)

Citation (applicant)

JP H0240904 A 19900209 - DAIHOO KK

Citation (search report)

Designated contracting state (EPC)

DE FR GB

DOCDB simple family (publication)

EP 1106894 A1 20010613; EP 1106894 B1 20040512; CA 2327633 A1 20010609; CA 2327633 C 20090519; DE 60010631 D1 20040617; DE 60010631 T2 20050519; JP 2001165277 A 20010619; JP 3626382 B2 20050309; US 6491586 B1 20021210

DOCDB simple family (application)

EP 00125356 A 20001130; CA 2327633 A 20001206; DE 60010631 T 20001130; JP 34965699 A 19991209; US 73100900 A 20001207